Tau Epsilon Rho Law Society is pleased to announce that it has obtained CLE credit approval for the two CLE Seminars to be presented at the 84th National Convention.  To date, we have been certified by the respective Continuing Legal Education Boards of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and New York.

On Wednesday, December 29th from 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., a Trial Evidence program will highlight key evidentiary concepts, discuss governing rules, and review current Pennsylvania and Federal law, using trial scenes from movies, hypothetical problems, and trial demonstrations. On Thursday, December 30th from 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., an Art of Advocacy program will analyze how lawyers ask questions and make persuasive speeches, using movie scenes and transcripts from both actual and fictionalized trials. Each seminar has been approved for three (3) credit hours (six (6) hours for both sessions).

  Professor Edward Ohlbaum, a renowned expert on trial advocacy from the Temple University Beasley School of Law, will present both seminars.  Professor Ohlbaum has participated in CLE presentations throughout the United States and is a TER member. 

Attendance fees for the CLE sessions are included in the general convention registration fees for members of Tau Epsilon Rho Law Society.  The seminars are also open to non-members of TER.  Non-member CLE fees are $99.00 for one session and $149.00 for both sessions.